Built an Education Technology company that was acquired by a large competitor
Spent a gap year in Israel studying the cross section of Progressive Politics and Technology
Started a wholesale consumer product business when he was 8 years old
Lifetime dream is to own a farm with 100 foster dogs
Zach started an education technology company during his freshman year at NYU which was accepted into Blackstone Launchpad and was eventually acquired by a strategic buyer. After selling the start-up, Zach worked at NEA on sourcing Series A investments and performing diligence on pipeline deals. Additionally,
Zach has started a non-for-profit business that connects struggling small businesses with college students to help them build digital marketing strategies during Covid-19.
Zach grew up in Englewood, NJ and has been a long-time suffering New York Knicks’ fan, but he is staying optimistic. He loves everything sports, especially golf and prides himself on his ability to find the best sushi in all of New York City. He is also an animal lover and has five dogs in his family – Millie, Fonzy, Freddie, Ozzie, Harry.
B.S in Finance & Economics, NYU Stern